The University of Arizona Logo

2019

CubeSat in space

$3M in NASA Funding to Help Students Build CubeSats

UA team to collaborate with students from Arizona and Puerto Rico on the next generation of space exploration technology.
Daniel Wibben

NASA Recognizes Record-Breaking Contributions of UA Engineering Alumnus

Systems engineer receives Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal for his work in helping the OSIRIS-REx mission break two Guinness World Records.
Two men and a woman pose for a photo with Wilma and Wilbur Wildcat

UA Establishes Global Micro-campus in Lima, Peru

Launching in the fall as the first UA location in South America, UA Lima at La Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas offers six academic paths, including industrial engineering.
Black-and-white photo of the UA Engineering Building in 1956.

Old Engineering Celebrates 101 Years

Alumni reminisce about the colorful history of one of the UA’s oldest buildings.
A group of men and women standing on the front steps of a building.

From Professor to Provost: University Honors Jeff Goldberg

As his term as interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost comes to a close, former dean of the College of Engineering and newly appointed Dean Emeritus Jeff Goldberg reflects on his 34 years at the University of Arizona.
Aerial view of Tucson, taken from west of the I-10.

Tucson’s Burgeoning Tech Sector Reveals a Hub of Innovation in Southern Arizona

Established industry giants and technology startups alike are attracted to Tucson's talented workforce.
A darkly tinted photo of an aerial view of a city, with lines connecting different buildings. Text along the bottom reads "Attack Origins, Attack Types, Attack Targets and Live Attacks"

UA Prepares Students for Careers in Intelligence and Information

A $1.5M grant from the Defense Intelligence Agency gives students across campus a way to learn more about intelligence operations, including those related to electrical and computer engineering.
Taehee Lee applies a blower to the desert dirt.

Startup Licenses UA-Engineered Solutions to Control Dust in a Dry World

Using technology developed by a UA engineer, startup Clean Earth Tech plans to provide a novel solution to a common problem in arid climates: air pollution caused by dry air and blowing dust.

Pages